The WildeWood course was designed by Russell Breeden and built from 1974-1976. Built over 160 acres, you will find not a single parallel fairway as the course unfolds through the rolling, lush terrain. The WildeWood course is very fair, yet challenging for golfers of all handicaps. Immaculate fairways and Tif-Eagle bermuda grass greens help make WildeWood one of the most playable courses you will find. To ensure it stays that way, our intensive maintenance program keeps the course in perfect condition throughout the seasons...so you can work on that handicap year-round.
From the back tees WildeWood only plays to 6700 yards. By today’s standard that may not seem like a very long golf course, however, with narrow fairways, great undulating greens, and a lot of change in elevation the golf course offers everything a player could want. Standing on each tee box you are presented with new challenge. Each hole is framed by great oak and pines which offer a superb feel for how the hole should be played; the course’s biggest challenge presents itself as you get closer to the green.